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MT / WY All-Star Boys (Round 1)


Last night the Wyoming and Montana All-Start laced it up it their first games. In the boy’s game it really was not much of a game. The game started out a little slow at the beginning of the first quarter but then the Montana boy’s got it going. the Montana coaches went with a troupe substitution pattern, subbing in five players at a time. The starting line up (Brumwell, Pierson, Stulc, Miller and Overstreet) seemed to be the more effective line up the first half playing better as a unit and letting the game come to them. the second unit (if you can call it that) seemed to be trying to hard to pound the ball into Huestis and Muller really seemed to be hoisting up a lot of forced shots.

By the second half though both units were playing much better all around ball, and the coaches seem to switch up the line up much better. With Brumwell, Huestis and Pierson shutting down the interior Wyoming went to the perimeter hoisting up a load of 3 point range shots but simply could not hit them.

It was a dominating performance by the Montana boy’s, and by late in the third quarter it really got to be rat ball. The team also started to get a little chippy and there were a few “hard fouls” that really hurt the enjoyment of the game at least by me.

The teams now return to Billing tonight for the second game in the serious, and it should be interesting to see how both teams react to Friday’s blow out. In the early 1990’s a Montana team routed Wyoming by 66 points in Casper only to lose to Wyoming in Billings. Word on the street back then was that the Montana boys got too confident, and the Wyoming boy’s got pissed. This is actually a pretty talented Wyoming team with some great shooters, and if they shoot the ball better in Billings it they could turn the tables.

Montana 114, Wyoming 53

Note: The box scores in the Billing Gazette and the Casper Star-Tribune do not match each other. I am posting the Casper version, because they were the local paper.  Click on each above to go to their articles on the game.

Mont 23 25 24 42 — 114
Wyo 13 7 19 14 — 53

Montana:

Josh Huestis 21 (Great Falls CMR)
Blake Brumwell 18 (Big Sandy)
Jordan Overstreet 14 (Three Forks)
Matt Miller 13 (Helena Capital)
Jordan Harper 11 (Great Falls CMR).
Corbin Pearson 8 (Big Sandy)
Joe Stulc 8 (Winifred)
Jacob Hellyer 8 (Billings West)
Brian Muller 7 (Billings West)
Sean Condon 6 (Laurel)

Wyoming:

Cameron Jackson 11 (Gillette)
Dan Estes 10 (Laramie)
Slade Spoonhunter 10 (Wyoming Indian)
Colin Herold 8 (Thermopolis)
Matt Mordecai 4 (Gillette)
Kolton Irby 4 (Wheatland)
T.J. Stender 2 (Sheridan)
Dylan Reese 2 (Pinedale)
Patrick Wicks 1 (Tongue River)

Here are some post game interview video from the Billings Gazette

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